The Moscow Art Theater (MKhT), named after AP Chekhov, will be performing the play “Far Rainbow” based on the story of Arkady and Boris Strugatsky on March 24 and 25. writes about it TASS To the press service of the Moscow Art Theater.
Andrey Goncharov served as director
The story “Far Rainbow” was written by the Strugatsky brothers in 1963. They admitted that the idea for the book was inspired by the American director Stanley Kramer’s film On the Last Shore (1959), about the consequences of a nuclear disaster. The authors decided to create their own version of a study about scientists’ responsibilities to humanity and what happens when the “demon” of scientific experiments is released.”
The story tells about the events on the planet Rainbow, which is also called the planet of physicists of the 23rd century. An energy wave forms on the surface of the planet, which can be controlled, usually with the help of special devices. But one day the situation gets out of control. The Giant Wave threatens to destroy all life in the Rainbow, and there is only one small spaceship to be evacuated to Earth.
Formerly, the Moscow Art Theater named after the AP. Chekhov judicial The composition of the jury of the Moscow Art Theater Prize, aimed at supporting young artists under 35 years old.
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